Farmers Markets -- Kansas

  • . Belleville Farmers Market Courthouse square Belleville, KS Contact: Melinda Pierson (785) 527-5524 OPEN-AIR/SEASONAL July-August Saturday, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
  • . Farmers Market Katy Park on East Main Chanute, KS 66720 Contact: Phil Cooper (620) 431-2529 OPEN-AIR/SEASONAL May-October Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.-sellout Saturday, 7:00 a.m.-sellout Clay Center Farmers Market West Side of Courthouse Square Clay Center, KS 67432 Contact: Deanna Turner (785) 632-5335 OPEN-AIR/SEASONAL July-September Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
  • . Farmers Market Northeast corner of the square Iola, KS 66749 Contact: Russ Smith (620) 365-2242 OPEN-AIR/SEASONAL June-October Saturday, 7:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
  • . Liberal Community Farmers Market 4 Rock Island Road Liberal, KS 67901 Contact: Dru Richards or Jack Taylor (620) 624-6898/3855 OPEN-AIR/SEASONAL June-September Saturday, 7:00 a.m.-sellout Lyon Farmers Market RCCF Farmers Market, on the square in Lyons Lyons, KS Contact: Jill Nichols (620) 257-5390/257-8441 OPEN-AIR/SEASONAL May-September Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-sellout Farmers Market I Courthouse parking lot (Sat) Cico Park N.

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  • . WIC Coupons San Carlos Farmers Market Geronimo Square San Carlos, AZ 85550 Contact: Sarah Kotler (928) 475-5940 E-mail: OPEN-AIR/SEASONAL May-September Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-12 noon SFMP Coupons WIC Coupons eL Pedgregal Festival Market 34505 N.

    The State | 05/24/2005 | ‘Very old town’ is new vision for Bull Street
  • . In the end, they settled on about 771, 000 square feet of office space, 60, 000 square feet of retail space and 1, 178 residential units of all types — including 167 single-family homes and cottages, 285 town homes and 561 condos and apartments.
  • . Among the features: • A large retail area termed the “market square, ” at Bull Street and Elmwood Avenue.
  • . • A “civic square” with a theater, gymnasium, chapel and library in renovated historic buildings.
  • . The offices are expected to boost developers’ profits because they are leased and they bring in more money per square foot than residential.

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  • . This citywide spree begins in Rittenhouse Square.
  • . ADDRESS BOOK Vintage Shopping In Philadelphia Rittenhouse Square : La Colombe Torrefaction 30 S.


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  • . Have them pack up a picnic lunch, then stroll around the corner to Rittenhouse Square , where you'll feel like you stepped into an Impressionist painting.
  • . The grand mansion overlooks Rittenhouse Square and after lunch, you can wander the galleries of the nation's oldest multi-disciplinary center for the arts.
  • . Box 98 Kennett Square (610) 388-2664, Restaurants : Bliss 220 S.
  • . Broad Street (215) 790-5800, Logan Circle 18th Street at Benjamin Franklin Parkway Longwood Gardens 1001 Longwood Road (at Route 1) Kennett Square (610) 388-1000 Phone Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 118 N.
  • . 18th Street (215) 545-4302, Philadelphia Museum of Art 26th Street & the Benjamin Franklin Parkway (215) 763-810, Prince Music Theater 1412 Chestnut Street (215) 569-9700, Rittenhouse Square 18th & Walnut Streets Wilma Theater 265 S.

  • . That ended when business moved on from the old fashioned market square where business owners interacted personally with customers.

    Metro Pulse/Editor's Corner/Market Square
  • The city's approach to Market Square is making the same old mistakes by From the Winston-Salem Journal of Sunday, June 17: "Downtown boosters now say that the city relied too much on Elkington, who is largely credited with reviving the Beale Street blues district in Memphis.
  • . He's one of the hats in the ring for developing our own Market Square.
  • . But the experience with him in Winston-Salem is a telling indicator of where our eternally hapless, clueless, blind-man's bluff city administration is leading us in its new, allegedly improved approach to the Square.
  • . But with all due respect to Leslie and the various other well-intentioned people associated with this—which is, what, the third or fourth Market Square proposal in as many years?—they still don't know what the hell they're doing.
  • . KCDC has been involved in several big redevelopment projects, but nothing of the nature, complexity or scope of Market Square.
  • . Last week, City Council tossed out the last official redevelopment plan for Market Square (which was announced way back in 1997 with much mayoral hoo-ha) and commissioned KCDC to do another one.

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  • . Because there's no place in Tennessee that has more stories than Market Square.
  • . We have only a few clues about what the undisclosed plan proposes for Market Square, and all of them make me uneasy.
  • . One is that the developers had once proposed enclosing Market Square with an air-conditioned dome; and that they intended to remove all the Square's new population of pioneer residents.
  • . Though they've backed down from both of those proposals, they still insist on some sort of "control" of the Square.
  • . Another clue is that the PBA and the developers are opposed to landowners' efforts to effect long-needed historic zoning for the Square, at least before development commences.
  • . Another is that their "renovations" to Market Square are likely to be so massive that they may call for shutting down the Square for a year and a half or, based on recent comments from Dale Smith, even two years.
  • . Nothing in the Square's 148-year history, not even Union occupation, when Gen.

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  • . 14 video and media > (1:44) Learn about Market Square and the shopping experience in Helsinki.
  • . > (1:25) Now the center of commerce, the beautiful Market Square was once the place of execution for criminals and witches.

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  • . At the end of 2001, there were more than 130 anchor spaces available in the Valley, totaling more than 4.4 million square feet — nearly 64 percent of all vacant space.
  • . A dinner theater An old grocery store sat empty for two years after Abco, owned by grocery wholesaler Fleming Cos., closed its 46, 000-square-foot space in Alta Mesa, a strip center owned by MG Development and located in Mesa, a suburb of Phoenix.
  • . The Prathers subleased the space from Fleming for about $5.75 a square foot plus CAM charges, under a 12-year lease.
  • . Work on the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre-West was estimated to cost $25 to $30 a square foot, but complications delayed completion, adding to construction costs.
  • . Ugly Duckling, a used car dealership chain, bought the 30, 000-square-foot center for its corporate headquarters and moved in last fall.
  • . At the time, prospects were bleak for the 500, 000-square-foot center; its anchor tenants had departed for newer malls in the far western suburbs, while the smaller merchants fled to smaller, cheaper strip centers.

    Conseco Fieldhouse Articles
  • Conseco Fieldhouse/Market Square Arena Articles BASKETBALL ARENA TO HOST FOOTBALL TEAM October 26, 2000 Copyright 2000 The new Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, built for basketball, will host an Arena Football League team next year.
  • . The venue replaces Market Square Arena and offers fans better sight lines, better concession facilities and a host of other improvements.
  • . The team agreed to a new 20_year lease and must pay off $150 million in bonds on Market Square Arena.
  • . To Replace Market Square Arena By 2000 By Don Muret Pacers Basketball Corp.
  • . hopes to have a new "Fieldhouse" open by the 1999-2000 season to replace 25-year-old Market Square Arena, home to the National Basketball Association Pacers, International Hockey League Ice and Continental Indoor Soccer League Twisters.
  • . "We're restricted on everything we have here at Market Square Arena.
  • . Once the fieldhouse becomes reality, Market Square Arena will be torn down.
  • . We just finished the Final Four and are one of two finalists for the future home of the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association)." Market Square Arena, in fact, played host to the Intersport Sam Dunk and Three-Point contest competitions and the National Association of Basketball Coaches Allstar Game during Final Four week in late March and early April.

  • . a street market) or by a perimeter road around the market site (the typical market square).
  • . The market as a public space Markets, particularly street markets and market squares, were traditionally part of the main system of open spaces of cities and towns.
  • . The market layout should not be disorienting and it is thus necessary to arrange the circulation system so that there is a hierarchy of spaces, with at least one major space, which might be the main market square or street, off which there are minor spaces serving other functions.
  • . Simple standards that can be adopted are that the maximum dimension or diameter of a space should be 20 to 25 metres and the density of usage of the space should be not less than 15 to 30 square metres of public space per person.
  • . The main city square in Brno (Figure 34) illustrates how a major public space can be utilized as a market by using temporary/mobile facilities.
  • . Figure 36 illustrates three zones of use: fixed shop units; open stalls (roofed); and a paved market square used by casual traders.